In continuation to the Audit Checklist – Part 1, here is the Part 2 series that will cover the top things to look under your budget, ad group, ad and keywords while auditing your account.
Posts Categorized: Negative Keywords
In the latest Paid Search Podcast session Chris Schaeffer and Jason Rothman discuss about Negative Keywords, which are those terms that are irrelevant to your business and are resulting in wasted ad spend. Their primary focus in this discussion is to help advertisers with the sources through which these negative keywords can be identified.
“Converted Clicks” and “Conversions” are two major conversion tracking metrics available in Google Ads. These conversion metrics drive almost all of the actions by advertisers. Here’s a simple example to illustrate the difference between these two metrics.
PPC audit is the process of analyzing your account, revisiting the general settings that were previously overlooked and syncing new features or settings to improve account performance. But what areas should you look at? With so many improvement prospects, you might get baffled between shortlisting the focus points and deciding what changes to make.
We recently covered how negative keywords could be added in AdWords Editor. In continuation to that series, we in this post, take you through the step-by-step process of adding negative keywords in your Bing account via Bing Ads Editor.